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Thoughts

How does owning our personal stories impact our teaching?

By: 
Tamara Fyke
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Tougher rules in how high schools are graded | Ed Dept urges discipline bias protections | Teacher shortages leading to fewer in child care | Key considerations to ensure effectiveness of new 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Event News

Over 200 school representatives played a hosted simulation of “uberized” learning

By: 
Chris McMurray
Thoughts

With new things there is always hope that this year more learning will occur. I have faith that it will; it always does

By: 
Christy S. Martin, Ed. D
Perspective

We often hear from parents that their child struggles with reading comprehension

By: 
Betsy Hill & Roger Stark
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California COVID guidance for 2022-23 | New Indiana law requires public comment at school board meetings | NYC kicks off free summer meals program | Cooper signs NC budget; COVID-19 emergency to end Aug. 15

Ideas

Although the pandemic brought on trying times in education, there are always silver linings in problematic situations

By: 
Robyn Shulman
Perspective

While it may seem that we have little control over these differences, our learning capacity is something that can be built, to a far greater degree than most of us understand

By: 
Betsy Hill and Roger Stark

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